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Reader comment on item: How to Save the Obama Presidency: Bomb Iran

Submitted by hpeskin (Canada), Feb 2, 2010 at 19:32

The question of a nuclear Iran might be uppermost in mind of Dr. Pipes but that is hardly the case for the American public at large. Most Americans are chafing at having their country fighting endlessly in two theatres of war. The last thing they want is to get mired down again in another conflict with no guarantee of success. Dr. Pipes ought to know that that great nations in the past have self destructed through excess militarism. The U.S. is hardly exempted from this possibility

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